GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. – (The Daily Sentinel) – It’s been a busy couple of months for Page Tucker and his team at ProStar Geocorp.
The Grand Junction-based geospatial intelligence system company that specializes in mapping subsurface utilities and pipes has a new chief operating officer who brings the experience of working at multiple billion-dollar companies.
Vasa Dasan joined the organization Jan. 21 and is commuting between Boulder, where he teaches at the University of Colorado
But possibly a bigger development is that ProStar is on the verge of becoming a
ProStar will take over Doxa Energy, an oil and gas production/exploration company that concentrates on onshore projects. Doxa is based in Vancouver and is traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange. The move will make ProStar the only
According to Tucker, ProStar’s CEO, Doxa will give the majority of its shares to ProStar. Doxa will become ProStar Holding Corporation in Canada. ProStar Geocorp will continue to operate in the U.S.
He said the company will have a presence on stock exchanges in the U.S. and in Frankfurt, Germany, in addition to Canada. This also opens the door for more acquisitions down the road and, Tucker
“I will do whatever I can to turn Grand Junction into a tech hub,” Tucker said. “This is a huge step in that direction.”
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